There comes a point in certain people's careers in the entertainment industry when they transcend typical Hollywood fame and become something more. Unless you've been living under a rock, you'll know who Dwayne Johnson is, as it's officially a household name. He's taken the devotion of his fans during his professional wrestling days and used the platform to establish himself as a Hollywood A-Lister.

Throughout his career that spans over two decades, Johnson has gone by many names: #The Rock, The People's Champion, and just in time for the holiday season, Dwanta Claus. In 2016, he was named Forbes' Highest Paid Actor as well as People Magazine's #Sexiest Man Alive.

This year, he was dethroned of People Magazine's title by Country singer and TV star #Blake Shelton.

The interview

The "Fast and Furious" star joked with Good Morning America's T.J. Holmes earlier today that although he was not given the title again in 2017, it's an honor in which he does "not relinquish."

Fans took to Twitter to chime in on the hilarious interview:

The "Baywatch" actor told ABC News that being one of the hottest stars in Hollywood can be a challenge if he doesn't maintain a sense of normalcy in his everyday life.

Johnson says that his family often keeps things simple at home, such as getting pizza, watching movies, drinking tequila, and getting some "good lovin' in."

On Thanksgiving, he even managed to sneak in a reference to the People's Magazine title on a photo he posted on Instagram.

Hollywood walk of fame

After years in the spotlight, Johnson received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Calling the honor "symbolic and full circle," he admits that he knew nothing about the entertainment business when his career first started but was committed to making it work despite numerous failed attempts.

He told the cheering fans that the star was due to hard work, appreciating the opportunities he'd been given, and most importantly, the friends and family that have helped him along the way.

Johnson did not prepare a speech for the monumental moment because he just wanted to "speak from the heart."

Aside from being a potential U.S. Presidential candidate, Johnson is also a father. He announced on Instagram on Monday that he and his longtime girlfriend, Lauren Hashian, are expecting a second daughter due early next year.

Johnson's newest movie, "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle," will be released nationwide on December 20.